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A representative example is a summary of the interest and charges associated with any form of credit. For loans this must include the rate of interest (and whether this is fixed), and the total cost and amount of the credit (including any fees).
Because credit cards offer revolving credit, rather than a fixed amount, the representative example included on all credit card listings are usually based on a credit limit of £1,200 (this can be lower for cards that don't offer such a high credit limit), and must include the Representative APR (the interest rate at least 51% of customer would receive), and the annual purchase interest rate (and wether these interest rates are fixed or variable)